Disco Biscuits Side Projects Live at Wetlands Preserve on 2000-08-19
1: Fearless** -> Home Again -> We Can Work It Out** -> Home Again, Plan B, Humuhumunukunukuapua'a
2: Confrontation, Grass is Green > Drums -> Floodlights, No Matter, Kamaole Sands, (the Disco Biscuits' set) -> Run Like Hell
Collection DiscoBiscuitsSideProjectsBand/Artist Disco Biscuits Side ProjectsVenue Wetlands PreserveLocation New York City, NYSource AKG 480ck61>Lunatec V2>G-P ADC20>DAP1Lineage DAP1>Waveterminal>Soundforge>CDWavTaped by Tim DanielsonTransferred by Tim Danielson
** - First time played
Electron played the first set and the first half of the second set. Midway through, Hamilton, Russo, and Stitch are replaced by Jon and Sammy and the Disco Biscuits play a set with Paulie Herron on percussion. The rest of Electron comes out to jam into the final RLH climax.
The Disco Biscuits portion of the show can be found here.
August 10, 2008
Magical is the Key Word!
As Evan stated, this whole night just had a something special thing to it, from the free show up in the state to the very long night of music in the city. It was on fire! Beautiful times and lots of great memories.
"Are you ready to die?... Are you ready to die?... Are you ready to die?"
Floodlights jam is epic.
November 12, 2006
Old school version of Sister Judys
great show, We can work it out jam and the floodlights are tight...joe Russo is the man
September 18, 2005
this is lots of fun and electron shows seem to be scarce (check out their official releases, too) so grab it! bisco emerges at the very end and belts out a blissful kamaole sands which sets
the stage for 2 MORE DISCS available on the archive as well... brownie returns!
August 30, 2005
great first set
The First Set is one of my favorite pieces of music by The Disco Biscuits or their side projects. The Fearless > Home Again > We Can Work it Out > Home Again was just magical and exciting. It was great at the show and it is still great to listen to.
The second set doesn't hold me as much, but the first set is great.